Fiber Energy Products Heating Fuel Pellets

- 100% All Natural Wood Product                   - Very Low Ash Content
- No Additives or Binders                                 - Affordable Natural Heating Source
- Slow and Even Burning                                  - Safe for Your Family and Home
                                                  - Warm Burning

Burns Hotter !

Fiber Energy Products' Premium Wood  Pellets are produced from  a special blend of wood combing the area's  best sawdust  available. Our  pellets are 100% natural wood with  no additives  or binders and contain very low ash content. These  pellets burn warm,  evenly, and produce long lasting consistent  heat.

All of the  hardwood pellets that  Fiber Energy Products manufacture for home heating will meet or exceed the  Pellet Fuel lnstitute's standards for  Premium or  Ultra Premium pellets.  Fiber Energy Products ensures our quality control standards  are second to none as we test our  products in our own laboratory  as well as an independent  testing lab.  By doing this we insure first quality  pellets every time all the time. Fiber Energy
Products screen all of our energy pellets helping to reduce and eliminate any dust or fines insuring that you get first quality pellets every  time.

Understanding the Benefits of Using Pellet Fuel

Pellet heat is generated by burning wood pellets in either a pellet stove or pellet fireplace insert.

Wood pellets produce a consistent and economical heat.

Particulate emissions from a pellet stove are approximately 1.2 grams per hour, compared to the nationwide EPA regulations allowing no more than 7.5 grams per hour.

After burning wood pellet fuel, there is little ash left over, reducing the amount of clean-up work needing to be done. And, wood pellets produce virtually no creosote - a major cause of chimney fires.

Made of 100% wood sawdust with no additives, the sawdust in pellets is a manufacturing by-product otherwise destined for landfills.
Wood pellets were first introduced in the 1970s to help resolve the energy crisis.

Today, there are more than 500,000 pellet stoves and fireplace inserts used in homes throughout the United States and Canada.

A 40-lb bag of pellet fuel can provide up to 24 hours of solid heat.

A winter's supply of wood pellets is about 100-150 bags - depending on climatic and lifestyle variations.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
Pellet Benefits
Wood pellets were first engineered in the 1 970s in response to an energy shortage in the U.S. and are generally manufactured from wood waste generated in saw mills, furniture manufacturing facilities, paper mills, etc. Burning wood pellets can be used as a substitute for electricity; wood-fueled fireplaces and stoves; or fossil fuels, such as propane or natural gas. Pellet fuel is burned in appliances, such as freestanding stoves, fireplace inserts, furnaces or commercial burners.
Clean and allergy-free. No dust or dirt is brought into the home with pellet fuel.
Stored in less space. Four times more pellet fuel can be stored in a given space than cordwood or wood chips. A winter's supply of pellets for an average home occupies a space roughly 6' x 6' x 6', which makes them easy to store in a small area of a dry garage, basement, utility room or shed.
Easy to use. Load once a day. Precisely regulated fuel feed automatically operates the stove according to owner-determined settings.
More efficient fuel than cordwood. Pellets have five to 10 percent moisture content in comparison to 30 to 60 percent for cordwood and woodchips. This means pellets are a more efficient fuel.
Higher Btu content than cordwood. Wood pellets have a Btu output content of 350,000 per cub. Ft.
of fuel, versus 70,000 to 90,000 for cordwood or wood chips. This means pellets produce more heat.
All natural fuel. Once compressed and dried, pellets hold their form with natural lignin, which means no glue or binders are required.
Cleaner burn. Pellet fuel has proven to provide the cleanest burn of any solid fuel. Pellet stoves exhaust an average of 1.2 particulate grams per hour - well below the United States EPA wood burning limit of 7.5 grams. This is because the combustion air can be easily regulated, which optimizes the burn efficiency, and because of pellet's low moisture content.
Energy from waste: Pellet fuel is made of waste products, such as pallets and manufacturing excess. It is a practical way to utilize biomass materials from sustainable forest initiatives, especially for commercial applications